Powerblanket Propane Tank Heaters - 30 Pound
Powerblanket has changed the conventional method of transferring heat to propane tanks. This revolutionary design optimizes container pressure and increases cylinder efficiency. Powerblanket products provide a maintenance free heating solution, which eliminates the headache of maintaining critical temperatures. If heated properly, gas cylinders will last longer and be more effective. In turn, this saves time, hassle, and money.
- Quickly heats cylinder to a preset 90degress F / 32degress C -10degress F/5degress C
- Provide an insulated full-wrap design
- Increase flow rate performance and efficiency of gas cylinders
- Saves money by optimizing gas and material usage
- Eliminate unnecessary cylinder refills in cold weather
- Certified by ETL to UL & CSA safety standards
- Product Class: Powerblanket
- Thermostat Type: Fixed Internal Thermostat- 90degress F
- Model: GCW30
- Temperature Control: Internal Preset 90degressF/32degressC -10degressF/5degressC
- Heated Dimensions: 45" L x 26" H
- Finished Dimensions: 45" L x 26" H
- Heated Area: 8.13 sq ft
- Plug Type: Nema 5-15 amp plug
- AC Voltage: 120V
- Nominal Power: 160 watts
- Nominal Amperage: 1.33 amp
- Approximate Weight/Mass: 6 lbs
PROPANE TANK HEATERS
Powerblanket has the best propane tank heating solution on the market. Our heating blankets will help maintain pressure and efficiency of almost any size tank.
Cold weather tends to be hard on propane tanks. When the temperature drops, it's very difficult for propane tanks to maintain optimal pressure. Low pressure prevents the gas from vaporizing, which in turn makes your tanks unusable. Powerblanket offers propane tank heaters for a wide variety of tank sizes. Powerblanket propane tank heaters provide a uniform barrier of heat across the entire tank. Our superior heating solution reduces costs by optimizing temperatures and increasing propane tank efficiency. Oil and gas companies have found that propane tanks are a crucial component in the frac water heating process. As with all propane tanks, they lose pressure in cold weather. This reduces the efficiency of the frac water heating process. One solution to maintain pressure is to heat the propane tank on the frac water heater.